I believe that everyone, (and I mean everyone) deserves to be remembered, they deserve to be pointed out in a photo album, to encourage a random phone call and tell them "I've been thinking about you, let's do coffee next weekend!" And most importantly to preserve love. I believe that my photography and my creative "eye" can do that for you. I'll be with you every step of the way.
Photo by Bekah Moya
Who am I?
I am a wedding photographer based in Las Vegas, NV. I have been photographing travel and family documentaries for about 10 years. Before that, I was working in the medical field for 3 years until I found my true love of photography in 2016 in Medellin, Colombia
After running a 10k
I went to Glasgow for a music festival and discovered Arctic Monkeys. Roamed around Edinburgh, Berwick-Upon-Tweed finally ended up at a curry house in London. Oh, and I also had their Cider. Cripsy!
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I've hitchhiked from London to Paris, met some amazing people, and had their finest cheese and wines.
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I flew the cheapest flight I've ever flown in my life for €50. Stumbled upon EDM at music festival at the beach. Had tapas, wine, and discovered Antonio Gaudi. I will return again.
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I flew to Rome try real gelato, carbonara, and walk around small tented bazaars near the River Tiber. I hopped on a train to Florence to check out some graffiti by Banksy. Hopped back again to see windturbines in the Mediterranean in Venice.
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Munich was short but fun. I enjoyed the architecture, bratwursts, and beer. Oh yeah, I partied all night.
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This is the place of creativity, I didn't go to a single museum, I did stroll around the Red Light district, but most of my time was spent biking around the countryside. I also used the ferry to get to the library.
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Peru - Lima
Peru was the country that matured of my adventurous side. The bustling city of Lima are remnants of Spain of the 1600s. Miraflores, Calle Piazza, Barranco, Larcomar, were the hot spots. Ceviche was on the menu with shocking amounts of Asian influence.
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Peru - Arequipa
Peru Hop was the mode of transportation which brought along with many travelers not feeling the touristy delights. Pisco, Huacachina, Paracas, Nazca Lines; I was 3 elements in, Desert, Beach, Sand dunes, then the second largest city, Arequipa.
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Peru - Lake Titicaca
In Arequipa, you'll find once again romantic Spain, city made out of large stones, and a Starbucks just tucked away in a corner plaza. Lake Titicaca was next, Built straw homes by the Uros people, we were welcomed with hospitality.
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Peru - Machu Picchu
Cusco was the final destination, the last frontier before Machu Picchu, I didn't enjoy the altitude, but nothing cocoa leaves cant fix. I hopped on a train to Aguas Calientes, and from there a magnificent walk to Machu Picchu.
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I came back to South America to do extensive travel in Peru, I wanted to learn about their neighbors. Ecuador. I went horseback riding in Banos, the longest swing was there too. I volunteered in an earthquake-ridden city on the coast of Esmeraldas.
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Peru - Laguna 69
I've hiked my most highest altitude of 17000 Ft. in Laguna 69
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I cannot summarize this one particular country as it has given me an obligation to write an over due story about Colombia. The vibrant country has left me enamored, the colors in Guatape, romance in Medellin, adventures in Riohacha and the Carribean.